Beavers, Leland Roy


Leland (Lee) Roy Beavers, 68, of Carrollton passed away unexpectedly on 11 December 2021
from heart failure due to COVID pneumonia. Born in Reno, NV, Lee grew up in San Antonio, TX
where most of his siblings still reside. He excelled in the commercial electrical field for
Humphrey & Associates, Inc. for 40 years, working his way up from an electrician’s helper field
work to Director of Estimating. Lee’s role in the electrical construction industry formed many
lasting friendships and bonds among his peers and within the Humphrey family along the way.
He was also a long-time participant in several public support groups in the area, mentoring and
helping others through life’s challenges. He made quite an impact on many lives through his
devoted and caring personality. He was an avid car and motorcycle enthusiast, owning several
Harley Davidson’s and other “toys” over the years. He was passionate about riding, and
belonged to several riding groups – motorcycle, Mustang, and Jeep. Lee just enjoyed “The
Ride”, taking trips and enjoying all the outdoors had to offer. Lee will be dearly missed and
always remembered.
Lee was predeceased by his parents, Richard and Lucille Beavers, and his sister, Mary Ann
Burres. He is survived by his daughter, Regina, son, Joshua, granddaughters, Heather and
Destiney, grandson, Jacob, great-grandsons, Orion, Jaxen, and Jace, and brothers Richard,
Danny, Robert, David, Stephen, and Albert. He is also leaving behind his beloved four-legged
best friend and companion, Shelby.

All of Lee’s loved ones are requested to join us at a memorial service honoring him at Bent Tree
Bible Fellowship at 4141 International Pkwy, Carrollton, on Tuesday, 21 December 2021, at 2
PM. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Operation Kindness in memory of Lee and his
love of dogs.

8 replies on “Beavers, Leland Roy”

Barry E. Lund says:

I’m gonna miss you Lee. I’ve always appreciated your honesty and wisdom.

Happy Nelson says:

Have a sweet trip across the river my friend. You were always a kind friend and I’ll miss your presence here on this side.RIP

Carol Beavers says:

Lee, you were one of the sweetest men I ever had the honor of knowing. Your sense of humor charmed me. Richard and I will continue spoiling Shelby. He and Cupcake have a large back yard in which to chase each and play. I love you and will miss you greatly.

Olga Garcia says:

My sweet man, I will miss you more than you will ever know. I miss your text messages and our quirky conversation and your quirky sense of humor! I never imagined that you wouldn’t pull through.
Your always in my heart.
Hugs and kisses.

Bill Holland says:

You were always so kind. I will miss you
and that smile. Enjoy your peace.


Gonna miss ‘Leave it to Beavers”. He was one of the Good Guys in the Electrical Contracting Industry. Always Friendly, Honest and Helpful. Gods Grace for You Lee and Comfort for your Family.

Tamila Allen says:

Sad to see you go, friend. Rest in Peace

Sherri Suggs says:

Your smile and passion for dogs I will forever share.
So glad to have you as a friend and I look forward to the day that we all meet again.

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